Wednesday, April 11, 2012

The Kissing List

The Kissing List
Stephanie Reents

This story is about four young women who move from college into the working world. It tells each of their stories in a slightly connecting way.

I received the ARC so I'm not sure how many changes were made before publication. But the type was all over the page with so many errors that at times it was hard to even know where to place my eyes. The spacing was set so that there were often quite a few spaces between words. Unfortunately this allowed for strange words and type to come between them.

The story, what I could make of it, was just as disjointed and confusing. The women didn't seem to have any depth or focus. The characters didn't connect as much as I'd expected them to and I just couldn't bring myself to care about their whiny and shallow selves.

I received this book free of charge from Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review.

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